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The Use of Technology in Election Administration: Promises and Pitfalls

The increasing use of communication technologies in the electoral process has led to both interest and concern among global practitioners. Join IRI and experts from around the world for a discussion on the use of technology in election administration and its implications for future elections.

Virtual Event October 20, 2021 8:00am – 9:00am

Overview.

The increasing use of communication technologies in the electoral process has led to both interest and concern among global practitioners. Topics such as online voter registration, voter biometrics, and e-voting have garnered attention as the spread of COVID-19 has underlined the need for safe, secure, and accessible voting practices.

On October 20, 2021, the International Republican Institute and the Electoral Integrity Project will host a roundtable titled “The Use of Technology in Election Administration: Promises and Pitfalls.” Experts from around the world will gather to discuss the use of technology in election administration and its implications for future elections.

Who’s speaking?

GUEST

Gift Mwonzora

Unit for Institutional Change and Social Justice, University of Free State

GUEST

Robert Krimmer

Skytte Institute, University of Tartu

guest

Nicole Goodman

Brock University

GUEST

Jennifer Morrell

The Elections Group

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moderator

Jessica Keegan

International Republican Institute

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